Cheerless; gloomy: a disconsolate winter landscape. (adjective)
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Use "disconsolate" in a sentence
"He would have gone moping about for years in disconsolate solitude, silent and sullen as a ghost, or would have rent the air with unavailing shrieks and lamentations."
""I knew I'd find you here," called a disconsolate voice, and Emma Dean appeared from behind a huge flowering bush."
"Little wonder that the kind Duchess looked "disconsolate" in the middle of her content!"